CC3200 development under Linux

August 19th, 2014

The CC3200 is a pretty neat new WiFi chip from Texas Instruments: It contains two CPU's: one running the TCP/IP and WiFi stacks and the other one (an ARM Cortex-M4F) is available to the user to run his application. When I tried to figure out if development was supported on a Linux host, I got mixed messages. On the one hand, TI's CCS IDE is available for Linux, but on the other hand, the CS3200 SDK comes as a Windows executable.

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